These Tears Of Joy - Poem by Ruth warren
The tears that now fall upon
my face, are not of sorrow, nor
pain. They sparkle like the
stars of the Heaven's, they
glisten like the falling rain.
The warmth of these tears
caress my face, the trails
they leave behind lead to
the most beautiful place. That
place within my heart, where
on that day, our love did start.
These tears fall to a different
beat, to the beat of a heart that
once was alone, now the beat so
strong, for now in your gentle
hands is where this heart calls
These tears each have so much
love within, so I catch them as
they fall, for through these
tears, my love I send to you.
The tears for you I do cry,
until forever in your arms my
soul does lie.
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